Up north they get legendary snows. Here we get legendary rain and even in the dry season it is not unheard of to get a good downpour. Such as the case here as 905 starts back toward Jax.
The Last One! FEC 434 is the very last GP40-2 ever built.
The oldest motor in the fleet rides solo toward New Smyrna Beach.
As Florida readies for possible impacts from Irma, the FEC gets another day in of work at least before they have to start shutting down on 9/7
The Friday New Smyrna Beach to Jax forwarded by 905 freight. Sometimes this move has an odd lashup as like today due to power being brought up from the shops.
FEC 905 heads away from tropical thunderstorms, bound for Jacksonville after a hard days work. 422 wears the Retro Blue scheme being applied to 4 axle EMD's
Old Skewl, New Skewl Two EMD's with new and old liveries bring the 905 north with the normal Wed / Fri New Smyrna loads.
FEC 905 rushes north with freight from New Smyrna Beach with two 2K Blues leading, a paint scheme becoming more scarce. Thunderstorms boil in the distance from a passing tropical system.
FEC 905 with a bit of an odd lashup today.
FEC 905 roars north through Bunnell, Florida with extra freight from New Smyrna Beach a Wed & Friday move.
FEC 905 heads north with loads from NSB and 2 motors bound for Jax. Wed and Fri seems to be the days when extra freight from New Smyrna is sent to Jax.
FEC 905 heads north with loads from 910 bound for Jax. Wed and Fri seems to be the days when extra freight from New Smyrna is sent to Jax.
A new scheme now is that FEC 905 brings cars from NSB to Jax on Fridays. Makes the Bunnell northbound shot easier to get.
Florida East Coast Railroad local 905 diverging into the mainline and out of Bowdon Yard.
FEC 905 at Colfax. The 419 is an old friend of mine, been watching it go by since I moved here in 1980.